### Table 1. Intersection types of two arcs in circular-arc model by order of their endpoints.

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... Each arc has the indices of its two end- points. The type of intersection between two arcs can be determined, in constant time, by the order of their endpoints [3] (see Table1 ). A unit circular-model obey length constraint, so the exact location of the endpoints on the circle is required.... ..."

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### Table 12: Arc Flows for the Gravity Model

1997

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### Table 12. Arc Flows for the Gravity Model

1997

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### Table 4: NAS Model, Probability of Arc Appearing in Sequence

### Table 6: The number of states and arcs in the Kanaban model for increasing number of initial tokens (k) for both the timed and immediate variant

1999

"... In PAGE 19: ... These two variants are dis- tinguished in our results as well. Furthermore, by increasing the initial number of tokens (denoted as k here, in [9] as N), we obtain very large models, as illustrated in Table6 . Using the distributed generation procedure, we obtained the speed-ups as reported in Table 7, again using the key-based allocation function.... ..."

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### Table 4: The percentage of cross arcs X in the FMS model (k = 7) for increasing number of processors N

1999

"... In PAGE 15: ...roposed by Knottenbelt et al. [17]. In all the experiments we have performed so far, the function Zhash(s) did very well. This is also illustrated in Table4 where we show the (rounded) percentage of cross arcs (X) that has to be communicated between the processor nodes: when increasing the number of nodes, an increase in this number is observed, however, there seems to be a convergence to around 45%. Finally, for the case when N = 12, Table 5 shows the distribution of states per processor (minumum and maximum) as well as the cross arc percentage for three di erent allocation functions.... ..."

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### Table 4: Limits on cluster core radii from models of large arcs. Cluster

1998

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